Owned by one family since before the National Seashore was created. Seashore regulations meant they could only keep three acres. From the minute you drive onto the property you sense how special it is. There is a calmness as you step back to a simpler time. The location right near Gull Pond, or a little further to Newcomb Hollow Ocean beach, just adds to pleasure. The main house is one of two sister houses called the canary cabins. It was moved to this location board by board before 1900. Original canary boards can still be seen on the interior of the house. For decades there was no running water and just a two-seater outhouse. Now there is the main 4-bedroom house and the framing of a one-bedroom cottage that was built in 1988 and recently gutted. The house has had minimal improvements over the years including the addition of a screen porch that amps up the charm. The roof was replaced about 12 years ago and the hot water heater just 2 years ago. Heat is oil forced air, and the furnace is older. Nearby the house is an outbuilding that houses a workshop in need of a new roof. The property needs a Title Five Septic System for the house and has one for the studio.
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